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This week, we’re bringing in one of my personal friends from WAY back in the day – before I was even doing events…..
Jeremy Daeger aka That Guy
Jeremy Daeger credits the beginning of his musical career to his father who handed him a DJ setup at the ripe age of 14. A hand-me-down from the neighbors, Daeger never knew it would be the beginning of a lifelong passion and hobby.
Like many self-taught DJs, he learned the ropes through relentless practice at beat-matching and mixing records. When the 90’s hit, Daeger embedded himself in the burgeoning rave scene and felt a renewed connection to music.
Reflecting on his earliest work experimenting with electronic music, Daeger explains, “I started with house music because it was a 4/4 style and easy to beat match.” It wasn’t long before he discovered the style of breaks in 2003, allowing him to branch out into new musical territory and leverage his love for hip hop and funk. “It’s more than just a beat,” Daeger says of his special blend of break beats and groovy jams. “It has vocals and familiar rhythms that people can really get into.”
An active member of the G9 Collective since 2009, That Guy The DJ’s distinct blend of hip hop and break beats further diversifies the well-rounded group of DJs. Mixing bass, funk and rhythms to make you want to dance, That Guy The DJ delivers guilty pleasures from your radio and iPod, but with more energy and sophistication.
Veteran DJ for twenty years, n8 has carved out a unique sound for himself over that time consisting of breakbeat, house, funk, electro, techno and anything else that makes booties groove. As a record buyer for Millenium Records and Venus Records years ago in Memphis, n8 has always been on the cutting edge of dance music. Having rocked dancefloors across the US, and shared the stage with some of the biggest names in dance music…n8 is no stranger to large scale events and festivals, but feels perfectly at home in a dark club playing 6+ hour sets that touch on every genre of music. Constant crate digging, serious love for old school, and knowledge of well produced music throughout the decades give n8’s sound a highly polished, fun, and thought provoking groove. for booking inquiry: [email protected]
Thurzday, September 14th
5565 N. Keystone Ave
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